He wants out the game because his music career is about to take off and he can’t risk anything that would send him back to jail. Tiana has a hold over him. She knows it’s over between them but won’t move out. Now she’s pushing Cameron into doing one last job so she can get a cut and leave.
The only thing is he won’t do it. He can’t take the risk.
Cameron sets his sights on a girl he meets in a bar and things heat up when she turns out to be Tiana’s younger sister Laila. She’s come down to Miami from New Orleans because Tiana needs her help.
Cameron is in for a long hot summer. Is the only way out to take the job? And can he trust his crew if they know he wants out?
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Nia is a successful rap artist, talented and beautiful. She’s got it all, a record deal, her own club, and a man she wants to spend the rest of her life with. She loves Leon more than anything. He’s smart, and rising to the top, but the Miami streets are getting too risky for Nia. She’s torn between her loyalty to him and her own future.
Before she can decide what to do, her past comes calling. There are people who want to take everything away from her and will do anything to bring her down. Soon there’s a warrant out for her arrest, now she’s one of America’s most wanted, and an assassin has her in his sights.
After finding a strange note from her mother, Nia is in a race against time to unravel the truth about her past. Her father was always a mystery to her and, as much as she wanted answers, she didn’t expect this.